Religion and Politics

Good stuff from Peter Brimelow, #CPAC Star!

 “It’s the immigration, stupid.” — On the reasons for the 9/11 terrorist attacks, 2001 “The other aspect of this rapid population growth is that it’s very rapidly shifting the racial balance in the country — contrary to [Sen. Ted] Kennedy’s assertion. In effect, the 1965 Act choked off immigration from the traditional sources of immigration to the U.S., namely Europe, and it allowed a small number of third world countries to capture the inflow, as I said. And, above all, Mexico. The Mexican government, the Mexican ruling class, appears to have simply made the decision to export its poor to

Religion and Politics

Sieg Heil, Ron Paul!

I’m sure that there is something about a conspiracy to bring Ron Paul down (as if you actually need it), but this is very interesting… In a document dump that includes private forum messages, emails, organization notes another other information the group found numerous connections between Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul and A3P. According to the documents, all hosted here, Paul himself regularly met with many A3P members, engaged in conference calls with their board of directors and engaged in a “bridging tactic”between A3P and the Ron Paul Revolution. Other excerpts show A3P webmaster Jamie Kelso (whose email account was one hacked

Homosexuality / Religion and Politics

Eugene Delgaudio Covering Up Child Molestation at CPAC?

Anti-Gay Closet Case of the Year Eugene Delgaudio has unleashed yet another round of completely absurd attacks on LGBT Americans.  This time, he’s targeting GOProud, a group of gay Republicans who have participated for at least the past two years in The Conservative Political Action Conference, better known as CPAC. I admit that the idea of a “gay Republican” in 2011 is befuddling, considering the extraordinary lengths the GOP will go on the record to ensure that LGBT Americans remain second-class citizens.  But that’s an altogether different topic for another day, and, perhaps, another blog.  What’s important for now